Annual Open Show

The Annual Show, open to all,  takes place in September and offers a wide range of exhibition categories.

 

A popular day out for local residents, the Show attracts a high number of participants and spectators.  

Show Categories are wide ranging and are divided into Sections and Classes. For a full overview of the Sections and Categories, please download the whole 2019 Annual Show Programme. For individual sections, please see the programme below  which is in the following order below:

 

  • Front Page, Contacts and Timetable

  • General Rules

  • Top Tray Rules

  • Top Vase Rules

  • List of Awards

  • Section 1 - Vegetable Classes 

  • Section 2 - Flower Classes

  • Section 3 - Pot Classes

  • Section 4 - Fruit Classes

  • Section 5 - Domestic

  • Section 6 - Floral Art

  • Section 7 - Children's Classes

  • Section 8 - Handicrafts

  • Section 9 - Photography

  • Entry Form

WOODHAM AND NEW HAW HORTICULTURAL CLUB

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Affiliated to:

The Royal Horticultural Society

The National Dahlia Society

The National Vegetable Society

The Surrey Horticultural Federation

The British Fuchsia Society

 

PRESIDENT: Mr R. SLEAT

 

VICE PRESIDENT: Mr J. FOSTER

 

CHAIRMAN: Mr D. CLUBLEY

 

SECRETARY: Mrs M. GILL

 

SHOW MANAGER: Mr R. G. LAMBERT

84 Scotland Bridge Road,

New Haw, Addlestone, KT15 3HH

Tel: 01932 343035

from whom entry forms may be obtained

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TIMETABLE

7.30 a.m. — 10.30 a.m. STAGING OF EXHIBITS

10.45 a.m. — 12.45 p.m. JUDGING

2.00 p.m. OPEN TO PUBLIC

3.00 p.m. - 4.00 p.m. ISSUING OF PRIZE MONEY AND VOUCHERS

4.00 p.m. PRESENTATION OF AWARDS

4.15 p.m. RAFFLE

4.30 p.m - 4.45 p.m. EXHIBITS MAY BE REMOVED

5.00 p.m. SHOW CLOSES

 

RULES FOR ANNUAL SHOW

Please read these carefully and, if in any doubt, ring the Show Manager who will be pleased to help you.

 

  1. All exhibits must be the property of the exhibitor and, except where otherwise stated in schedule, must have been grown without paid help on land in his or her occupation for at least TWO months prior to the date of the show, except for domestic and floral art classes.

  2. Exhibits will be judged in accordance with the rules of the relevant national societies, and the Royal Horticultural Society’s ‘The Horticultural Show Handbook’ (2016).

  3. All prize money not collected on Show Day will be returned to Club funds.

  4. The entrance fee will be  25p.                             

  5.  For Classes 1 (Top Tray), Class 22 (Top Vase) and Children’s (80, 87, 88 and 92), there is no entry fee.

  6. All entries must be on official entry forms, and must reach Mr R. G. Lambert by 6.00 p.m. FRIDAY prior to the show.

  7. Only one exhibit is permitted per exhibitor. This does not apply to Any Other Vegetable Class 21.

  8. The Committee reserves the right to refuse entry and, in the event of such refusal, is not required to give any reason or explanation.

  9. Exhibits must be staged between 7.30 - 10.30 am on Show Day. Each exhibit must bear a card obtainable from the show room. Exhibitors are responsible for placing and checking cards, and unless required for official duties must leave by 10.30 am.          

  10. In this schedule ‘kind’ and ‘varieties’ are defined as: Beans and Potatoes are kinds of vegetables. Majestic and Vanessa are varieties of potato.

  11. Unless otherwise stated exhibits must be of ONE VARIETY ONLY. The mixing of TWO or MORE varieties will disqualify the exhibit unless expressly allowed by schedule.

  12. In classes marked with an asterisk * exhibitors must supply their own plate or container. For all other classes, exhibitors can use either their own or club vases and plates. The club vases and plates can be borrowed before the show by contacting Mr R. G. Lambert. Please note — Bowl: a vessel with a mouth wider than its height or at least equal to it. Vase: a vessel of greater height than the width of its mouth.

  13. Where possible exhibits should be labelled in ink with the name of the variety or varieties on the official card only. Correctness in labelling will decide in favour of exhibit in close competition.

  14. Prizes may be withheld or modified if the exhibits are considered undeserving. The decisions of the Judges shall be final as to merits of the exhibits. The decision of the Show Committee shall be final on all matters connected with the show, and is not required to give reasons or explanations for any decisions made.

  15. All exhibits, personal property, etc., is the responsibility of the exhibitor. The Committee will not be liable for any loss or damage to any cause whatsoever.

  16. No exhibit may be removed until after the raffle, which will commence at 4.15 p.m., without the consent of the Show Manager.

  17. In section 2 foliage, when used, must be same kind as exhibit.

  18. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.

  19. Exhibits in the handicrafts and photography classes must not have previously been exhibited at the Woodham and New Haw Show.

 

Exhibits may be donated as raffle prizes;

Please contact Show manager or Stewards prior to raffle

 

TOP TRAY

Competition Rules

  1.  The Bourne Valley Top Tray class is for a collection of three types of vegetables taken from the following list of eight. The quantity of each vegetable required for the collection is given in brackets: Carrots (3), Cauliflowers (2), Onions (3), Parsnips (3), Peas (6 pods), Potatoes (3), Runner Beans (6 pods), Tomatoes (6). Each type of vegetable will be judged out of a total of 20 points. This is split into three sections as follows: 7 points for size, shape and colour; 7 points for condition; 6 points for uniformity. The overall mark will therefore be out of a total of 60.

  2. All vegetables are to be displayed for effect. The vegetables must be displayed within an area measuring 45cm x 6Ocm (18 x 24in), without bending any part of them. No part of any exhibit may exceed the size of the tray. A tray or board measuring 45cm x 60cm (18 x 24in) can be used to display the vegetables, or the area can simply be marked on the staging. Where a tray has a lip or edge, it is the internal measurements that must not exceed 45cm x 60cm (18 x 24in).

  3.  A black cloth is permitted, and the tray may be painted. Parsley is allowed for garnishing, but no other foliage or accessories, such as plates, sand, rings, etc., will be allowed. Onion tops maybe tied or whipped using raffia or string.

 

 NOTES FOR EXHIBITORS AND JUDGES

  • Carrots and parsnips must have foliage trimmed back to 75mm (3in).

  • Peas and beans must be displayed with some stalk attached.

  • Tomatoes must be displayed with calyces (the green flower bud case).

  • Judges may handle exhibits, open pods, etc., to check for quality.

  • The tray, board or staging must not be cut or mutilated in any way at all — such as cutting holes for standing onions in.

  • Judges should use their discretion when judging the Top Tray class, remembering that entries may come from inexperienced exhibitors.

  • The points awarded should be clearly marked by the judges on the exhibitors’ cards.

  • Any queries that may arise, regarding anything other than the above rules, should be referred to, and decided by, the show officials.

Failure to abide by any of these rules will lead to disqualification.

TOP VASE

Competition Rules

  1. The Bourne Valley Top Vase class is for a vase of mixed flowering stems containing a total of between five and ten stems, taken from a minimum of two different kinds of plants. Please note that it is two different KINDS of plants; two varieties of the same plant are NOT two kinds.

  2. The display will be judged out of a total of 35 points, split into: 25 points for the colour, form, condition, quality and freshness of the flowers on display, and 10 marks for the overall presentation and effect of the flowers in the vase. The vase will be viewed from all directions. Judging of the flowers should be to the normal rules used for other classes.

  3. Stems used in the display must be showing flowers only; no buds, seed heads or berries will be allowed.

  4. The vase can be any shape and size and made from any material, but must be in proportion to the display. No marks are awarded for the vase itself.

  5.  No accessories whatsoever — such as bows and additional foliage — will be allowed. Foliage which is growing naturally from the flowering stem, and still attached to that stem, is allowed. Packing material — including Oasis — to keep the stem in place is allowed.

 

NOTES FOR EXHIBITORS AND JUDGES

 

  • Flowering stems can be taken from ANY flowering plant. The different kinds of plants need to be taken from different genera. For instance, pinks, carnations and sweet william — which are all dianthus — would not be classed as different kinds.

  • Only fresh, home-grown flowers can be used in the vase. No dried or silk flowers are allowed.

  • A vase, by definition, is any vessel that can be used to hold cut flowers and, which is taller than it is wide at its widest point.

  • The Bourne Valley Top Vase class is open for anyone to enter and is not intended purely for growers who regularly display single species classes at shows.

  • Judges should use their discretion when judging the Top Vase class, bearing in mind that the entries may come from inexperienced exhibitors.

  • The points awarded should be clearly marked by the judges on the exhibitors’ cards.

  • Any queries that may arise, regarding anything other than the above rules, should be referred to, and decided by, the show officials.

Failure to abide by any of these rules will lead to disqualification

 

 

LIST OF AWARDS

  1. THE ROYAL HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY’S BANKSIAN MEDAL Awarded to exhibitor gaining most money     in prizes in all of the horticultural classes (1-66), excluding TOP TRAY AND TOP VASE. The winner will not be eligible to compete for this award again until 2022. Winners in 2017 and 2018 are not eligible.

  2.    THE NATIONAL VEGETABE SOCIETY PLAQUE  Awarded to the best exhibit in Class 12 *Special Award*  

3.       THE CYRIL LEWIS CUP Awarded for the best exhibit in show.

4.        THE DIANA PRINCESS OF WALES TROPHY For best use of Roses in Floral Art Class 81-85.

5.          THE HERBERT HARRISON SHIELD Awarded to exhibitor gaining most points in classes (2-21).

6.          THE HERBERT HARRISON CUP Awarded to best exhibit in onion classes (5-6).

7.          THE DAPHNE LOVE TROPHY Awarded for the Judges’ choice of exhibit in classes (81 - 85).

8.          THE BOSCOMBE CUP Awarded to exhibitor gaining most points in classes (68 - 79).

9.          THE KINGFISHER VISUAL TROPHY Awarded for the best exhibit in classes (45 – 49, 51 - 55).

10.       THE BRITISH FUCHSIA SOCIETY ROSETTE Awarded for the best exhibit in classes (47 - 49),

11.       THE BRITISH FUCHSIA SOCIETY BRONZE MEDAL Awarded for the best overall fuchsia exhibit (45-49, 51 - 55).

12.       THE WOODHAM TROPHY Awarded to exhibitor gaining most points in Floral Art Section (81-85).

13.       THE AUDREY GRAHAM TROPHY Awarded to best exhibit in Classes (23-24).

14.       THE BOURNE VALLEY TOP TRAY PRESENTATION (class 1).

15.       THE BOURNE VALLEY TOP VASE PRESENTATION (class 22).

16.       THE NATIONAL DAHLIA SOCIETY BRONZE MEDAL Awarded to best exhibit in classes (31-38).

17.       THE ARTHUR WHEATLEY MEMORIAL AWARD Awarded to best exhibit in class (39).

18.       THE NATIONAL VEGETABLE SOCIETY SILVER MEDAL Awarded to best single dish in classes (2-21).

19.       THE ROYAL HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY BRONZE MEDAL Awarded to best exhibit in classes (81 -85).

20.       THE ROYAL HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY BRONZE MEDAL Awarded to best exhibit in classes (62-67).

21.       THE ROYAL HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY JUNIOR COMPETITORS AWARD OF MERIT Awarded to best exhibit in classes (80, 86, 87, 91 and 98).

22.       THE MILLENNIUM TROPHY Awarded to best exhibit in classes (88 - 91).

23.       THE DON CHRYSTIE MEMORIAL CUP.  Awarded to best exhibit in classes (92 - 98).

24.       THE SUMMERLEA CUP Awarded to best exhibit in classes (68 - 79).

PRIZE MONEY CLASSES

                                         1st              2nd             3rd               

I and 22     (Vouchers)    £10.00        £5.00           £3.00          Bourne Valley Vouchers

51 - 67     (Vouchers)     £2.00         £1.00           £0.50           can only be redeemed in

81 - 85        (Cash)        £10.00        £7.00           £5.00           Bourne Valley Garden Centre.

92 - 98                         £5.00           £1.00           £0.50           Harper Vouchers can only be                                 (Voucher)              (Cash)      Cash)        redeemed in Harper Photographic

All other (Cash)              £2.00           £1.00           £0.50

 

Note: The points awarded to winners of each class equals the value of prize money in new pence.        

 

SECTION 1                VEGETABLES           Judge: Mr N. HOPE

CLASS 1                BOURNE VALLEY GARDEN CENTRE TOP TRAY (see Rules enclosed)

No Entry Fee

 

                                GENERAL CLASSES                                                                           NUMBER

CLASS 2                                Collection of vegetables. Four vegetables,

                                one of each kind in space Ift 6in (450mm) by Ift 6in (450mm)

CLASS 3                               Beetroot with 3 inch tops (75mm)   (3)                                         CLASS 4                               Carrots with 3 inch tops (75mm) (3)                                            

CLASS 5                               Onions dressed - 8.8 oz (250g) and over  (3)                               

CLASS 6                               Onions dressed under 8.8 oz (250g) (3)                                       

CLASS 7                                Runner beans with stalk attached   (9)                                          

CLASS 8                                Longest runner bean (to be wrapped in newspaper) (1)               

CLASS 9                                Potatoes white. One variety (5)                                                   

CLASS 10              Potatoes coloured. One variety     (5)

CLASS 11              Shallots, exhibition, trimmed and tied   (7)

CLASS 12              Tomatoes with calyx (not beefsteak varieties)    (5)

                                approximately 2.4 inch (60mm) *SPECIAL AWARD*

CLASS 13              Tomatoes with calyx — not to exceed 1.4 inch (35mm), cherry (7)

CLASS 14              Truss of tomatoes – ripe or unripe

CLASS 15              Collection of culinary herbs — three kinds — named and

                                in three vases not in flower — exhibitors may use own vases    (9)

CLASS 16              Marrow for table use — not to exceed 15 inch (380mm)    (2)

CLASS 17              Cucumber, ridge  (2)

CLASS 18              Largest marrow   (1)

CLASS 19              Largest pumpkin     (1)

CLASS 20              Novice Class — plate of three different vegetables      (3)

                                (exhibitor not to have won a First Prize in any class

                                at WNHHC open show)

CLASS 21              Any other vegetable not mentioned in Classes 3 to 19 —

two different entries allowed. (Contact the Show Manager,

 Mr Rupert Lambert,           01932 343035, for quantity).

                                Examples French beans, Sweetcorn and Sweet pepper.

                                Only one prize awarded per competitor.

 

SECTION 2      FLOWER CLASSES  Judge: Mr J. GODDARD

 

ONE VARIETY ONLY UNLESS SPECIFIED (RULE 10) & ALL CHRYSANTHEMUM CLASSES TO BE EARLY VARIETIES

CLASS 22 BOURNE VALLEY GARDEN CENTRE TOP VASE (see Rules enclosed) No Entry Fee

CLASS 23   ROSES                                   1 specimen bloom, large flowered

CLASS 24    ROSES                                  3 stems, cluster flowered, 1 or more                                                                                               varieties                   

CLASS 25   CHRYSANTHEMUM             1 Vase, 3 blooms, 1 or more varieties

CLASS 26   CHRYSANTHEMUM             1 Vase, 3 stems spray, 1 or more varieties

CLASS 27    GLADIOLI                            1 specimen spike

CLASS 28    MARIGOLDS                       African, 6 blooms

CLASS 29    MARIGOLDS                       French, 6 blooms

CLASS 30    ASTER                                  6 stems, 1 or more varieties

CLASS 31    DAHLIA                                1 Vase, 5 blooms, pompon, 1 or more

                                                                   varieties

CLASS 32    DAHLIA                                1 Vase, 3 blooms, ball, miniature or small,

                                                                   1 or more varieties

CLASS 33    DAHLIA                                1 Vase, 3 blooms, small or miniature                                                                                   decorative, 1 or more varieties.

CLASS 34    DAHLIA                                1 Vase, 3 blooms, medium decorative, 1 or                                                                       more varieties.

CLASS 35    DAHLIA                                1 bloom, large or giant

CLASS 36   DAHLIA                                 1 Vase, 3 blooms, medium cactus or semi-

                                                                   Cactus, 1 or more varieties

CLASS 37   DAHLIA                                 1 Vase, 3 blooms, cactus or semi-cactus, small

                                                                   or miniature, 1 or more varieties.

CLASS 38   DAHLIA                                 1 Vase, 3 blooms, any Dahlia not listed above

                                                                   in classes 31 – 37, 1 or more varieties

CLASS 39* DAHLIA                                Bowl of Dahlias, any number of heads, bowl

not to exceed 9 inch (225mm)

CLASS 40   FLOWERS                             1 Vase, 3 stems, 1 kind of flower (not to

                                                                   include flowers from classes 23-39)

CLASS 41   MIXED ANNUAL FLOWERS                                                1 Vase

CLASS 42   SHRUB MATERIAL GROWN FOR FOLIAGE EFFECT       1 Vase

 

 

CLASS 43    MIXED HERBACEOUS PERENNIAL FLOWERS  1 Vase

CLASS 44 * HANGING BASKET                    Not exceeding 14 inch (355mm) any flower

CLASS 45 * FUCHSIAS                                     I pot — double

CLASS 46 * FUCHSIAS                                     I pot — single

CLASS 47    FUCHSIA BLOOMS                     6 florets of 2 different varieties single-3each

CLASS 48    FUCHSIA BLOOMS                     6 florets of 2 different varieties double-3each

CLASS 49 * FUCHSIA BLOOMS                    In sand or gel on a plate    

CLASS 50    NOVICE CLASS                             Vase of mixed flowers (exhibitor not to have previously won a First Prize in any class at WNHHC open show)

 (* See Rule 11)

SPONSORED BY BOURNE VALLEY GARDEN CENTRE

SECTION 3    POT PLANTS

NOTE: NO POT TO EXCEED 10 inch (250mm) DIAMETER, UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED

CLASS 51 *           1 MINIATURE STANDARD FUCHSIA 6in to 10in (150mm to 250mm) clear stem. Maximum 5in (130mm) pot

CLASS 52 *           1 QUARTER OR HALF STANDARD FUCHSIA 10in to 18in (250mm to 450mm) or 18in to 30in (450mm to 760mm). Any size pot

CLASS 53*           1 HALF BASKET FUCHSIA ONLY, SAME CULTIVAR Maximum l6in (410mm) diameter

CLASS 54 *           1 HANGING BASKET OF FUCHSIAS, SAME CULTIVAR Maximum l6in (410mm) diameter

CLASS 55 *           1 HANGING POT OF FUCHSIAS (can be one or more plants) Maximum 8in (200mm) pot

CLASS 56 *            1 POT PLANT FLOWERING (not fuchsia or pelargonium)

CLASS 57 *           1 POT PLANT FOLIAGE

CLASS 58*            1 BEGONIA TUBEROUS ROOTED IN POT

CLASS 59 *           1 POT CACTUS OR SUCCULENT (pot size unlimited)

CLASS 60 *          1 PELARGONIUM (regal or zonal in pot) (pot size unlimited)

CLASS 61              PELARGONIUM ZONAL BLOOMS; 6 pips of 2 different varieties

(* See Rule 11)

 

SPONSORED BY BOURNE VALLEY GARDEN CENTRE

SECTION 4    FRUIT CLASSES

NOTE: ALL FRUIT TO BE SHOWN WITH STALKS INTACT

CLASS 62              Apples, dessert. I variety unpolished                               (3)

CLASS 63              Apples, cooking. 1 variety unpolished                             (3)

CLASS 64              Pears. 1 variety                                                                    (3)

CLASS 65              Blackberries 1 variety                                                         (12)

CLASS 66              Raspberries 1 variety                                                          (12)

CLASS 67              Any other fruit (contact Show Manager for details)

 

SECTION 5                DOMESTIC   Judge: Mrs R. HUCKER

NOTE: DO NOT USE A CAKE PACKET MIXTURE FOR COMPETITION ENTRIES

PLAIN TWIST TOP OR WAX DISC & CELLOPHANE FOR MARMALADE, JAM AND JELLY. PUT LABEL ON SIDE OF JAR WITH TYPE OF FRUIT USED AND

DATE IT WAS MADE.

CLASS 68              Clear plain, jar of orange, lemon, grapefruit or mixed fruit marmalade

CLASS 69              Clear plain, jar of chutney. Twist top only & to be matured for at least two months.

CLASS 70              Clear, plain, jar of jam (this may include tomato jam)

CLASS 71              Clear, plain, jar of jelly

CLASS 72              5 fruit scones

CLASS 73              6 cheese straws

CLASS 74              Victoria sandwich

CLASS 75              Fruit  Loaf

CLASS 76              1 round of shortbread

CLASS 77              Bread Hand made

CLASS 78              Bread from your bread machine

CLASS 79              Vegetable cake  Please specify vegetable used.

CLASS 80              Children’s class up to 15 years — 6 decorated cup cakes

 

SECTION 6                FLORAL ART                        Judge: Mrs J. Rickard

NOTE: The Diana Princess of Wales Trophy is awarded for the best use of Roses in this section.

ENTRIES MAY BE PREPARED UNTIL 10.30 am. JUDGING BEGINS AT 10.45 a.m.

LET’S GO SHOPPING

CLASS 81               LET’S BUY A BOOK

An exhibit.  Title to be stated. Space allowed - width 76cm, depth 61cm, height optional.

CLASS 82               NEWSAGENTS

An exhibit featuring black and white.  Space allowed - width 76cm, depth 61cm, height optional.

CLASS 83               GARDEN CENTRE

An exhibit to incorporate a basket. Space allowed - width 76cm, depth 61cm, height optional. This class may brought already completed.

CLASS 84               LET’S EXPERIMENT WITH COLOUR

Home furnishings. An exhibit to include fabric. Space allowed: width 76cm, depth 61cm, height optional.

CLASS 85               LET’S VISIT A BEAUTY PARLOUR

A petite exhibit – not exceeding 25cm in width and depth, height 37cm.

This class may be brought already completed.

 

All Classes — NPM

All exhibits to be judged in accordance with the Third Edition of the NAFAS

Competitions  Manual 2015. The judge’s decision will be final. All exhibits will be displayed on tables covered with a deep turquoise drape. Height of tables from floor 71 - 94 cm.

 

SECTION 7                CHILDREN’S CLASSES

CLASS 86                               Age up to 15 years

A VEGETABLE ANIMAL

CLASS 87                               Age up to 15 years

ONE ITEM MADE AT A HOLIDAY CLUB

 

SPONSORED BY BOURNE VALLEY GARDEN CENTRE

 

SECTION 8           HANDICRAFTS        Judge: Mrs H. Askew

CLASS 88         KNITTING                                Hand-made item

CLASS 89         KNITTING                                Machine-made item

CLASS 90         1 ITEM OF CRAFTWORK      That has not been specified in the

                          (ADULTS)                               previous classes

                                                                          (contact Show Manager for space required)

CLASS 91         CHILDREN’S CLASS               Age up to 15 years

1 ITEM OF CRAFTWORK      My hobby

 

SPONSORED BY HARPERS PHOTOGRAPHIC

SECTION 9   PHOTOGRAPHY Judges: Mrs S ROSS

                                                                              

NOTE:     All photographs not to exceed 6 inch (150mm) x 8 inch (200mm), mounted on coloured mount to complement the photograph, and to be unframed. Title entries if possible.

 

CLASS 92         SINGLE FLOWER IN CLOSE UP

CLASS 93         A SEASONAL SCENE

CLASS 94         PET OR PETS

CLASS 95         3 PHOTOGRAPHS WITH A COMMON CONNECTED THEME  –

to be titled

CLASS 96         LOCAL VIEW

CLASS 97         ARCHITECTURE

CLASS 98         CHILDREN’S CLASS AGE UP TO 15 YEARS – MY BEST FRIEND

 

Seven categories are shown above. You may enter all categories, but only one entry per person per category is allowed.

 

 

We thank most sincerely those who have helped by their sponsorship

and donators of raffle prizes and, of course,

those who have helped behind the scenes

 

ENTRY FORM

To be returned to: Mr Rupert G. Lambert, 84 Scotland Bridge Road, New Haw, Addlestone, Surrey KT15 3HH  

(Tel: 01932 343035) together with fees,

 by 6.00 p.m. Saturday 31st August 2019

ENTRY FEE — 25p per Class

                     No Entry Fee: Classes 1 (Top Tray), Class 22 (Top Vase)

                and Children’s (80, 87,88 and 92)

Please encircle the class number in which you wish to enter:

CLASS

1    11   21   31   41   51   61   71   81   91

2    12   22   32   42   52   62   72   82   92

3    13   23   33   43   53   63   73   83   93

4    14   24   34   44   54   64   74   84   94

5    15   25   35   45   55   65   75   85   95

6    16   26   36   46   56   66   76   86   96

7    17   27   37   47   57   67   77   87   97  

8    18   28   38   48   58   68   78   88   98

9    19   29   39   49   59   69   79   89   

10  20   30   40   50   60   70   80   90

NAME Mr/Mrs/Miss/Ms/Other ________________________

ADDRESS__________________________________________

_______________________________POSTCODE­­__________

PHONE  No_________________________________________ 

email address_______________________________________

TOTAL NUMBER OF ENTRIES___________________________

AMOUNT PAID £____________________________________

 

 

 

 

2019 Annual Show - Sunday 1st September

The Woodham and New Haw Horticultural Club Annual Open Show is one of the few remaining Flower Shows in Runnymede and is a highly popular event, attracting a great number of local exhibitors and spectators. The Show programme has been published and is on-line.

 

Our most recent Annual Show took place on Sunday 1st September 2018 and was opened by Runnymede's Deputy Mayor, Cllr Elaine Gill. During the afternoon she toured the Show, chatting to exhibitors. Prizes were presented by the Club Vice-President, John Foster

 

The Show offers a wide range of horticultural and handicraft categories for exhibitors to display their skills. Horticultural categories include: Vegetables, Flowers, Pot Plants and Fruits while other categories cover Baking, Floral Art, Crafts and Photography. 

The Club is grateful that Bourne Valley Garden Centre continues to sponsor entries in both the vegetable and floral categories, and that Harpers Photographics of Woking continues to sponsor the photographic section.

 

Children and grandchildren also have a chance to shine, with gardening, domestic and handicraft categories for the under 15s as well as a new photographic class. 

 

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